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The QLess Blog

Kannon Callis

Kannon leads the Healthcare initiative at QLess for the North American team, which is responsible for all aspects of Patient Experience and Patient Satisfaction. With more than 7 years of sales leadership experience, Kannon brings a wealth of technology-solution experience with a focus on efficiency and best practices to sustain permanent growth. Prior to QLess, Kannon has practiced commercial and residential real estate including multi-million dollar acquisitions and worked as a top 5 producer for a SaaS startup in Dallas, TX. Kannon graduated from the University of North Texas with a BA degree in Communications and Social Sciences.

Recent Posts

Improve Your Medical Practice Operations: Understanding What Kills Efficiency

Jun 29 By Kannon Callis | Categories: Healthcare

Maintaining an effective medical practice is not easy. With so many factors and moving parts to consider, making sure your office is running smoothly requires constant attention. And it requires identifying different areas that waste time or result in poor outcomes.

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4 Ways Medical Offices Can Prepare for the Physician Shortage

Jun 01 By Kannon Callis | Categories: Healthcare

Experts predict that by the year 2025, the US healthcare industry could face a shortage of primary care physicians ranging from 34,600 to 88,000 physicians. Undoubtedly, medical practices need to start preparing now in order to survive the burdens of such a shortage of key staff.

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Reducing Patient Waiting Times: How Patient Wait Times Affect Your Bottom Line

May 07 By Kannon Callis | Categories: Healthcare

One of the most difficult tasks for a medical practice is reducing patient waiting times. Caring for every patient with the punctuality they expect takes a lot of work, and inevitably, the combination of packed schedules, longer-than-expected appointments, and walk-in patients are going to lead to delays. The key, then, is to limit those lag times as much as possible—and to ensure patients are cared for as they wait.

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